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Old 05-15-2012, 07:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by pchrcane65 View Post
Herk I pulled the atenna up and found a big cut in the coax cable bout 6 inches from end this probably is problem. How bad you think its to replace? Is their a certain coax to be ran ??
Well that certainly will do it. Make sure the power is off to the antenna boost as 12VDC coexists on that wire with the TV signal.

Are you familiar with coax repairs and have the tools?

Cable TV Coax Cable Repair Kit 092-499

I would cut the coax below the bad spot and put an F connector on it. Then I would buy a short 12 inch or however long you needed already made coax jumper cable and a coax female to female union. Once you have all your stations coming in; I would wrap it with splicing tape (a self bonding rubber tape that is waterproof).


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Old 05-15-2012, 07:39 PM   #12
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Thanks alot Herk I will try to repair tomorrow. I will keep u posted u have been great help.Thanks again.

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